said I’m not doing this again we lost two
babies, I said, we’re done. My mother-in-law kept bugging me about this doctor Kaldas,
doctor Kaldas. And I was just, like, I’m done. I don’t want to do anymore. There’s nothing
that can be done at that point. I just, I want to adopt. I just had this, like, really
weird feeling that I needed to call Dr. Kaldas. I called him on a Tuesday, met with him on
a Wednesday, had the procedure done on a Wednesday to find out what I have. I had the uterine
procedure. And, um, within 10 minutes of that procedure, he said, yeah, you have a septate
uterus and that basically means all they have to do it remove my septum which is just a
divider in the uterus and then I’m good as new. And I thought, well, just by chance I’m
gonna call on Thursday to see if there was any way that I could get in for surgery on
Friday. When he was willing to perform that surgery for me on Friday because no one does
that, I mean, no one that short of notice, it didn’t even sound like the office was open,
really. And, um, yeah, he was just, he said that I don’t want you to have to deal with
this for, like, another 6 months so he was just very, very sympathetic towards the situation.
It made me feel like I was the only patient he had, really, was what it made me feel like.
We’d gone through so much and now everything that we wanted is available and possible.
We can, like, try again, if we want. And a month ago, that was noth- I was never, ever
going to try again. So, he’s just, he’s phenomenal. It just seemed like he really, really truly
cared and was like very compassionate and he was he clearly very knowledgable. He knew
exactly what to do to find out the right answer. So, he was just very proactive and he was
very confident, it was just a completely different experience that what I had had in the past.
I should have gone and seen him a lot sooner. So, my mom is now going to him, I mean, I
think everyone should give him a shot. I can’t thank him enough for getting me to where I
am right now.